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Old 03-19-2013, 06:15 PM
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bigger injectors cause lope?

I just installed warren 155/30s and went for a test drive. I tried 3 different tunes I have and they all did this thing when I let off the gas and am slowing down the idle kind of goes on-off-on-off-on-off for about 1 second each, then when I come to complete stop it idles normal. Kind of like a lope effect, I even tried a tune that I had run with stock injectors and didn't used to do that last week on the stock injectors- so is that normal or? Thanks for any help
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Send Tuscany a PM. He may have some ideas that will get you pointed in the right direction.

Edit - never mind. I texted him a link to the thread.
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bigger injectors cause lope?

My upgraded injectors do NOT do that..!
They run completely normal.


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Send Tuscany a PM. He may have some ideas that will get you pointed in the right direction.


Yeah the issue is there is something WRONG..!
Mine does not do that... And neither does 99% of everyone else.



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Yes that is normal. Pm me and I'll give you my number if you would like a more detailed explination.
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ive had a few trucks do that with jessies injectors. kinda sounds like a 7.3 when you let off?? personally i didnt mind it. was kinda odd but nothing to worry about. my customers never complained about it or neither have i had a problem out of it. its something that i kept up with just to make sure though. seems like some of his did that and some didnt. like the ones we have in 6.0 dont do it. the 155's i put in a customers truck did so idk what it is but it runs great for sure!
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ive had a few trucks do that with jessies injectors. kinda sounds like a 7.3 when you let off?? personally i didnt mind it. was kinda odd but nothing to worry about. my customers never complained about it or neither have i had a problem out of it. its something that i kept up with just to make sure though. seems like some of his did that and some didnt. like the ones we have in 6.0 dont do it. the 155's i put in a customers truck did so idk what it is but it runs great for sure!

come to think of it, ya - sounds just like my old 7.3L I put 200k on. Thanks guys, keep the advice coming. I dont but the fact that there is something "wrong" cause if and injector is not working correctly - you will know it. They spray the juice fine. Im not going to worry about it too much.
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Yes that is normal. Pm me and I'll give you my number if you would like a more detailed explination.
Sending you a pm now, will also shoot Patrick at Warren an email for his thoughts
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bigger injectors cause lope?

I still think it is NOT normal... If some do and some don't... Well one of them is acting wrong!

My injectors from Renegade don't have ANY lope to them and I like that.

If people say that having a lope with Jesse's injectors is "normal"... Well then, that is more reason to me to not buy injectors from him.


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This is perfectly normal. Tons of guys that have larger injectors will experience this...mine have done it from day one. Talked to Casserly about it when I first noticed it and he said that's common and normal for them to do it. I wouldn't worry about it.

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